Kim Hill named to 14-person First Team All-American roster; Kellie Woolever named to Honorable Mention squad.
2005: Named All-WCC honorable mention...Voted to WCC all-freshman team...WCC Player of the Week (9/26)...Sheraton Invitational Tournament MVP...Pepperdine Classic all-tournament team...Player's Challenge all-tournament team...Led the team with 4.17 kills per game, which ranked fourth in the West Coast Conference and was the top mark for a freshman...Her 5.02 points per game led the team and ranked fourth in the league as the top mark for a rookie... Set the school and WCC record with eight solo blocks against San Diego (9/30), recorded a season-high 10 total blocks in the match...Posted a season-high of 25 kills against UCLA (11/8)...Hit at a .652 clip against St. Francis (9/30)...Turned in three aces on Oct. 21 against Portland...Her 12 digs against Saint Mary's capped her fourth double-double of the season and was a season-high...Recorded 27 double-digit kill matches, while breaking 20 kills three times...Set the freshman-class rally-scoring record for kills (450), kills per game (4.17), solo blocks (48) and total points (542.5).
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman in volleyball, spending senior year under former men's volleyball assistant head coach Scott Wong at Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif...Volleyball Magazine Fab 50...Tabbed Most Valuable Player of her team as well as the Frontier League during senior season...Selected first-team Daily News and the Ventura County Star...Earned All-CIF second team honors for division 4...Led team to the Lancer Invitational Tournament title while being named tournament MVP...Was named All-CIF second team as a junior...Daily News all-region first team...Frontier League first team selection...Team MVP as well as Most Offensive Player...Tabbed team's Most Offensive Player as a sophomore...Named to the Frontier League first team...Four-time Scholar Athlete recipient...Recently led Sports Shack Club team to the 2005 Reno Festival Championship under current assistant coach Tim Jensen.
PERSONAL: Julie Rubenstein was born on April 9, 1987 to Jay and Garianne Rubenstein...Both parents graduated from Pepperdine, while grandfather, Gary Colson, was the Waves' basketball coach from 1968-1979 during which Pepperdine advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice...Colson was also inducted into Pepperdine's Hall of Fame in 1996...Has an older sister, Rachel (21)... Part of the No. 10-ranked class in 2005 according to Volleyball Magazine.
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